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The music of legendary country singer Patsy Cline is brought to life in Always…Patsy Cline, set to the story of Cline’s close friendship with Texas housewife and pen pal Louise Seger. Featuring some of Patsy Cline’s greatest hits, including “Crazy” and “I Fall to Pieces,” Always…Patsy Cline combines country humor, heart-wrenching drama, and audience participation in a thoughtful look at the tragically short life of one of the most influential female singers in history.

Starring Jacqueline Petroccia as Patsy Cline and Cindy Williams of Laverne & Shirley fame, as Louise Seger, Always…Patsy Cline centers on the relationship that develops between Patsy and Louise after a chance meeting at one of Cline’s early shows. The story develops as Louise and Patsy maintain their friendship through writing while Cline is on tour, culminating in the loss of country music’s brightest star. Produced by 22Q Entertainment, Always…Patsy Cline was named one of 2014’s top 10 theatre productions in Los Angeles by Huffington Post.

Written and directed by Ted Swindley, Always…Patsy Cline features 27 of the legendary singer’s greatest hits, including “Sweet Dreams” and “Walking after Midnight.” Expertly blending humor and drama, the musical play has enjoyed incredible success since its first three-week run at the El Portal Theatre in Los Angeles. Always…Patsy Cline offers a more intimate view into the life of the American vocalist, all set to a soundtrack of the beautiful songs that put her on the map.
Jacqueline Petroccia as Patsy Cline
Jacqueline Petroccia (Lincoln Center’s Carousel and Sweeney Todd) takes you on a musical journey from Jersey girl to her surprise turn as the award-winning star of Always…Patsy Cline. Petroccia has starred as Patsy in SIX successful productions of Always… Patsy Cline across the U.S., earning the Connecticut Critics Circle Award and the St. Louis Broadway World Award. Her resume runs the gamut of musical genres from traditional musical theatre (The Producers) to opera (The Magic Flute),
contemporary new works (Mob Wife) and everything
in between.

Cindy Williams as Louise Seger
Cindy Williams is best known for playing Shirley Feeney on the 70’s hit T.V. Show Laverne & Shirley. Her stage credits include, “The Drowsy Chaperone” (Broadway), “The Odd Couple” with Joanne Worley. Her film credits include “The Conversation” and George Lucas’s “American Graffiti” for which she received a British Academy award nomination for Best Supporting actress. Unfortunately, she was beat out by Ingrid Bergman, Miss Williams still wonders how the heck that happened!